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Alcohol Crimes

DUI Defense

Felony DUI

Ignition Interlock Violation

DUI Penalties

DUI vs DWI

Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor

Sound-Offense DUI

Third-Offense DUI

Drug crimes can be frustrating, and the laws and regulations regarding drug crimes in the state of Utah can be incredibly difficult to understand. A criminal charge for a drug-related crime can cause serious, lifelong complications. You must take the appropriate actions to protect yourself from a criminal conviction by working with a skilled Utah criminal defense firm like Attorney Jeanne Campbell as soon as possible.

As a former prosecutor and District Attorney, Jeanne Campbell completely understands the justice system and what you are currently up against. Whether you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, Jeanne Campbell uses her unique legal insight and litigation experience to level the playing field and maneuver your case into the most favorable position possible.

 

Alcohol Crime Overview

The state of Utah penalizes all types of drug crimes harshly and prosecutors will seek to punish you to the fullest extent of the law. Even first-time offenders could be facing very real penalties, ranging from mandatory jail time to excessive legal fines. Do not risk a criminal conviction by forgoing your right to retain an aggressive drug crime defense lawyer in Utah.

In order to ensure that you receive the best available outcome for your specific situation, you will need to work with a lawyer who is familiar with the various laws and regulations regarding drug crimes.

Prosecutors look at numerous circumstances when determining potential sentencing options. Depending on your arrest, you may be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony and prosecuted at the state or federal level.